Four Daily 15 Minute Meetings starting this Monday, September 21st
Meet individuals from grassroots organization working towards dismantling harmful practices in the visual journalism and editorial media industry.
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We are pleased to announce that Workbook & Yodelist are new annual sponsors of our chapter.
Dear Art Producer connects the photography and video community with art producers in the advertising community. Free audio podcasts by APA Member Heather Elder.
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Ever wondered if you need a permit to photograph in a National Park or National Forest? Here's an explanation of the law, and also a little inside info.
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15 additional great reasons to be an APA member.
Jacob Watts wins Best of Show
View the Judges' top 200 selections in the Online Gallery!
Rebecca Moseman won Best of Show. Congratulations to all of the APA SF Award Winners!
Some of the world's finest Creatives have volunteered their time to judge our annual personal work contest.
From Heather Elder's "Notes From a Rep's Journal"
Working and evolving while staying true to his own vision.
Rusty cans, broken plastic cups and rotten vegetables gladly pose for Laure Frankel's still lifes, reminiscent of the 17th-century Dutch masters.